The clip bail out from Bud Abbott Lou Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948) with Bud Abbott, Lenore Aubert
Wilbur, please! I've had nightmares all night long!
I don't want to hear any more about dead bodies. I saw what I saw when I saw it.
Am I glad to see you. Will you talk to that guy?
Sandra! Darling, I heard what happened.
That's awful. They can't put my little Wilbur in jail.
They can't, but they did. Thank you for bailing us out.
I? I only learned about it this morning.
Didn't the policeman tell you a lady bailed us out? He did.
Wilbur, you haven't been untrue to your Sandra?
Sandra, how can you look me in the face and say that?
How can you look him in the face period? Hmph.
I came by to remind you about the masquerade ball tonight.
I was getting ready to pick up my costume.
Come by for me early, dearest. About sunset.
What I'd like to know is, what has he got that I haven't got?
Ahh. A brain.
I'd like to know where it is.
Oh. She forgot to kiss me good-bye.
Mmm! Oh, oh.
Now who is this? She's... She's... She's beautiful.
I'm Joan Raymond. She's Joan Raymond.
I'm the girl who arranged your release from jail.
Why should you want to spring us?
Do you believe in love at first sight?
Well! As long as you put it that way, I, uh...
That's what happened to me.
Miss Raymond, when did this mad feeling first come over you?
The instant I saw you in the baggage room. I knew then that I wanted to spend...
every minute that I'm in town with you.
What are we doing tonight? He's going to a masquerade ball.